Each year IBAB takes on board a small group of interns. Usually these are students who are currently pursuing their degree in some other institution. The following individuals are currently interning at the institute. Over the years, there have been several instances of interns who have published a paper based on the work done during their internship at IBAB.

  1. Enid Mendonca
    Guide: Dr. Shivakumara Swamy S
  2. Venitha Arul Mary Bernard
    Guide: Dr. Abhilash Mohan
  3. Enosh S
    Guide: Dr. Vijayalakshmi Mahadevan
  4. Sathvik B. S.
    Guide: Dr. Vijayalakshmi Mahadevan
  5. Niyamat Sahi
    Guide: Prof. H. S. Subramanya
  6. Suryavamsi. D
    Guide: Prof. H. S. Subramanya
  7. Arushi Shrivastava
    Guide: Prof. H. S. Subramanya
  8. Shruthi. T. N
    Guide: Dr. R Srivatsan
  9. Deekshith Kumar. N
    Guide: Dr. R Srivatsan
  10. Divyalakshmi Venkatraman
    Guide: Dr. Shubhada Hegde
  11. Shwetha R
    Guide: Dr. Kshitish Acharya
  12. Janhavi S Gowda
    Guide: Dr. Kshitish Acharya
  13. Sakshi Chikkalgi
    Guide: Dr. Kshitish Acharya
APPLYING FOR AN INTERSHIP AT IBAB

Periodically IBAB hosts trainees. These could be students in the final year of their Bachelor’s or Master’s, or those who have completed their degree not too long ago.

Different faculty members have different ways of selecting those who will work with them. They also have varying preferences as to whether a student can do a project for just 2 months, or a minimum of 6 months is preferred.

PROCEDURE FOR JOINING IBAB AS A TRAINEE
  • Please send your resume to info@ibab.ac.in, indicating the duration for which you are available (2 months/6 months/any other) to join us as a trainee, and the start date from when you are available.
  • From amongst those who have applied, individual faculty will short-list students for a written test or directly for an interview.
  • The procedures for the test and interview will be informed to short-listed candidates.
  • After the screening process, positions are offered on merit.
  • If you are currently a registered student, we will need a letter signed by your college agreeing to keep the research findings confidential, and revealed only with your IBAB guide’s permission.
  • These positions are usually unpaid, and the student has to arrange his/her own board and lodging. However, we help selected students find suitable accommodation. Very occasionally there is hostel space on campus for male/female trainees.